+0 votes Woodrow B › September 24, 2010
+0 votes sausage panther › September 25, 2010
+0 votes Brian Kelley › September 27, 2010
+0 votes jason OHerron › October 3, 2010
+0 votes Craig Dickerson › October 23, 2010
+0 votes Cade B › March 31, 2012
This is one of my favorite courses right now. Mainly because it is extremely challenging. This course has it all. You will need every shot in the bag to shoot good on this course. It is one of those courses that will make you a better player if you play it frequently.
+0 votes Mark Spaugh › October 26, 2010
+0 votes carlos rodriguez › October 26, 2010
+0 votes John Compton › January 15, 2011
+0 votes Jay Norman "JPZ" › June 5, 2011
First round @ Indian Creek. Course was good! It favored the hyzer shot on several of the front 9 holes but still required a good shot. Back 9 was a hike. But w/ fun shots.
+0 votes Leslie Norman "Sidearmjunkie" › June 6, 2011
Nice course, needs grass cut though. Difficult up hill back nine.
+0 votes Jesse T › April 23, 2012
+0 votes brent franks › September 26, 2013
Good course with very tight technical shots required on front nine. Will be better to play in the winter as the cold will take care of the long grass and all the frickin SPIDERS! Just about drove me crazy walking into webs every ten feet. Also the directions on this site are alittle off. Once you are on 278 turn right onto centennial rd which actually isnt marked but is the street before indian creek trail which actually leads into a neighborhood. Once you turn right onto centennial about a half mile up turn left onto Fears rd. Park is on the left.
+0 votes Thomas Reynolds › November 7, 2013
This is one of the most visually nice courses I have played. It is nestled off the I-20 a nice facility. A lot of Elevation changes, BE PREPARED to throw and walk up some hills.....good exercise....WATCH OUT for Holes in the ground, do not look UP when the PINE NEEDLES are falling, watch out for lots of spiders and webs, very sneaky....course is very beautiful right now. For hole seven I think there is a large tree limb down by the PRO box and the tee is towards the fence/road with a sharp right....from the AM Box straight shot...